Sept. 8, 2022, 11:14 a.m.
Update: Adrian called me shortly following publication of my review and offered to take a look at the vehicle once again for free. A technical bulletin was also sent to VW. We hope that it will resolve the issue.
My 2010 VW Jetta was having trouble with its check engine light. It was giving code P0106. It was brought i...n 12/20/2021. It needed a new MAP sensor. Adrian was able help me with P0106, which is a common problem. Oil leaking from your PCV could also cause the problem. The problem was with the sensor, he was told. It was fixed by the "experts" for $749.41. The car was running fine when I left but the check engine light started to go out. This indicated that the problem had been fixed. The same problem occurred three months later when I returned to the shop for P0106. Adrian asked me about the same problem. The sensor's PCV was leaking oil. This was a solution to the problem, we were assured. We also agreed to pay $423.75 because this was an issue that shouldn't have happened again. The car started working again after I left. My car still struggled to start when I left. The shop scheduled an appointment for 03/29/2022. They informed me that there was a passive fault with the MAP sensor (P0106). German Auto Group recommended that I return the item to them as the service they provided didn't resolve the problem. It could have been due to a wrong diagnosis or a poor fix. Today, 04/06/2022, my check engine light went on AGAIN. It now throws code P0106 AGAIN. German Auto Group of Alexandria should pay me for the services that they rendered. I need my car repaired by someone who can diagnose and fix the problem. Both the sensor and the computer are covered under warranty